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Discover Jarra, a magnificent 140m² duplex apartment located in the Chartrons district of Bordeaux. With beautiful high ceilings and an unobstructed view of a tree-lined square, Jarra offers all the comfort and amenities necessary for an unforgettable stay in Bordeaux.

With 4 double bedrooms, Jarra can comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests. The first bedroom is located on the ground floor and is furnished with a king-size bed (180x200), a large dressing room and a toilet. The other 3 double bedrooms are located upstairs, each equipped with a king-size bed and share two bathrooms, one with an old bathtub and a toilet.

Step into Jarra's spacious living room, featuring original wood parquet floors and a comfortable sofa where you can sit to watch your favorite programs on the big screen. The separate kitchen comes fully equipped with everything you may need to prepare your meals. Dine together with your guests at the main dining table in the living-room which can seat up to 8 guests. There's also a second separate living room furnished with a convertible sofa and a TV which can be used as the children's room.

Jarra is located on the 3rd floor of an 18th century stone building in the Chartrons district of Bordeaux. Conveniently located between the prestigious Esplanade des Quinconces and the Public Garden, Jarra is in walking distance to many famous sites including the Contemporary Art Museum and the Garrone river. From Jarra, you can easily explore the Chartrons neighborhood and discover historical wine shops, antique dealers and merchants.

Don't wait to book your Bordeaux getaway, stay at our Jarra duplex apartment today!

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설명 - (Bordeaux, Chartrons)

Situé entre les Quinconces et le Jardin Public, le quartier s’articule autour de sa très haute église Saint-Louis-des-Chartrons, bien visible lorsqu’on se balade en bateau-bus sur la Garonne. À l’entrée du quartier se trouvent l’impressionnant bâtiment de la bourse maritime et le passionnant musée d’art contemporain, aménagé dans un ancien entrepôt de négoce. Avant l’église Saint-Louis, le temple des Chartrons arbore une belle façade néoclassique.

La rue Notre-Dame, incontournable du quartier, regorge d’antiquaires et de brocanteurs. Lieu culturel majeur de Bordeaux, la Halle des Chartrons accueille des concerts, des festivals, des salons et des expositions temporaires. Tout autour de ces magnifiques halles de la fin du 19e siècle, vous attendent les terrasses ensoleillées de bars conviviaux et de restaurants gourmands. Le quartier des Chartrons abrite aussi un passionnant musée du vin et du négoce, aménagé dans une cave. Non loin, une promenade dans le quartier vous amène à la rencontre de la place Picard et de sa statue de la liberté, puis de la rue du Faubourg des Arts, de ses galeries et de ses nombreuses boutiques. Sur les quais au niveau des Chartrons, les anciens entrepôts portuaires ont été transformés en une agréable galerie commerçante, le « Quai des marques ».